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The Department of Environment says fish deaths in the Greenough
River, south of Geraldton, may have been caused by a disease.
More than 150 mullet have died in the river in the past two weeks.
The Department of Environment’s fish kill spokesman, Tom Rose, says
tests are being conducted to determine the cause of the deaths, and
there is concern that a known fish-killing algae is in the water.
But he says disease may also have caused the deaths.
“In the fish they looked like they had died of a number of stress
causes, their gills were a bit ragged, they hadn’t been feeding, and
it looked like they’d had some parasitic infections, and they looked
like they’d had bacterial infections as well,” he said.
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